can be used to send the existing I/O log to a remote  log  server
     such  as  for  central storage.  The options are as follows: Only
     send the accept event, not the I/O associated with the log.  This
     can  be  used  to  test  the logging of accept events without any
     associated I/O.  The path to a certificate authority bundle file,
     in PEM format, to use instead of the system's default certificate
     authority database  when  authenticating  the  log  server.   The
     default  is  to  use  the  system's default certificate authority
     database.  The path to  the  client's  certificate  file  in  PEM
     format.   This  setting  is  required  when the connection to the
     remote log server is secured with  TLS.   Display  a  short  help
     message  to  the  standard  output  and  exit.   Connect  to  the
     specified  instead  of  localhost.   Use   the   specified   when
     restarting a log transfer.  The is reported by the server when it
     creates the remote I/O log.  This option  may  only  be  used  in
     conjunction  with  the  option.  The path to the client's private
     key file in PEM  format.   This  setting  is  required  when  the
     connection  to  the  remote  log  server is secured with TLS.  If
     specified, the server's certificate will not be  verified  during
     the  TLS  handshake.   By  default,  verifies  that  the server's
     certificate is valid and that it  contains  either  the  server's
     host name or its IP address.  This setting is only supported when
     the connection to the remote log server is secured with TLS.  Use
     the  specified  network when connecting to the log server instead
     of the default, port 30344.  Restart an interrupted connection to
     the  log  server.   The  specified is used to tell the server the
     point in time at which to continue the log.  The is specified  in
     the  form  and is usually the last commit point received from the
     server.  The option must also  be  specified  when  restarting  a
     transfer.   Send  a  reject  event  for  the  command  using  the
     specified even though it was actually accepted locally.  This can
     be  used  to  test  the  logging of reject events; no I/O will be
     sent.  Open simultaneous connections to the log server  and  send
     the  specified  I/O  log file on each one.  This option is useful
     for performance testing.  Print the version and exit.  supports a
     flexible  debugging framework that is configured via lines in the
     file.  For more information on configuring please  refer  to  its
     manual.   Sudo front end configuration Many people have worked on
     over the years; this version consists of code  written  primarily
     by:    See    the   CONTRIBUTORS   file   in   the   distribution
     (https://www.sudo.ws/contributors.html) for an exhaustive list of
     people  who  have contributed to If you feel you have found a bug
     in  please  submit  a  bug  report  at  https://bugzilla.sudo.ws/
     Limited  free  support  is  available  via the sudo-users mailing
     list,  see   https://www.sudo.ws/mailman/listinfo/sudo-users   to
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